Information about the 3Ls Students’ Association

The Learning in Later Life Students’ Association (3Ls) was formed in 1988 by a group of students who had benefitted from classes run by the Centre for Lifelong Learning (CLL) in the Graham Hills Building at Strathclyde University.  Since the 3Ls was established our activities have been organised by members who volunteer their time to organise a wide range of membership activities.  These include opportunities to join 3Ls Clubs, attend social outings and lunchtime talks or take part in fund-raising events.

Copies of the 3Ls Policy documents including our Constitution and Club Guidelines can be accessed via links at the foot of website pages.

Our Steering Committee is the executive arm of the Association, responsible for:

  • Supporting and contributing to the continuing development of the 3Ls
  • Oversight of financial updates on 3Ls income & expenditure
  • Reviews of 3Ls Constitution, Club Guidelines and administrative matters
  • Supporting Clubs to administer Club programmes
  • Oversight of various 3Ls events and activities including Lunchtime Talks, Working Groups, Social Outings & events and  Fund-raising activities.